Synonyms for polissya_zhytomyr or Related words with polissya_zhytomyr

tytan_armyansk              desna_chernihiv              zirka_kirovohrad              naftovyk_okhtyrka              dnipro_cherkasy              oskil_kupyansk              okean_kerch              zakarpattia_uzhhorod              elektron_romny              hazovyk_komarno              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              khimik_severodonetsk              bukovyna_chernivtsi              krystal_kherson              borysfen_boryspil              halychyna_drohobych              avanhard_rovenky              karpaty_mukacheve              shakhtar_pavlohrad              ros_bila_tserkva              mayak_kharkiv              torpedo_zaporizhia              metalurh_nikopol              chaika_sevastopol              fc_lokomotyv              podillya_khmelnytskyi              naftovyk_dolyna              veres_rivne              fc_hazovyk              torpedo_lutsk              dnister_ovidiopol              vahonobudivnyk_stakhanov              sokil_zolochiv              stal_alchevsk              kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              metalurh_mariupol              torpedo_melitopol              krystal_chortkiv              metalurh_zaporizhia              enerhiya_nova_kakhovka              metalurh_novomoskovsk              ska_kyiv              aet_pk              naftovyk_ukrnafta_okhtyrka              shakhtar_horlivka              hazovyk_komarne              tsementnyk              meliorator_kakhovka              fc_khimik              sudnobudivnyk_mykolaiv             



Examples of "polissya_zhytomyr"
Polihgraftechnika Oleksandria - FC Polissya Zhytomyr - 1:0.
FC Polissya Zhytomyr was a professional Ukrainian football club. The club was based in Zhytomyr, Ukraine.
Polissya Zhytomyr entered the competition in the quarterfinals receiving bye past two rounds.
Note: Polissya-2 Zhytomyr is the youth sport-school of the disbanded professional team Polissya Zhytomyr.
His father is of African descent and his mother Ukrainian. He played for Polissya Zhytomyr and Dynamo Kyiv (reserves). In Autumn 2011 he moved to HinterReggio Calcio.
Parshyn became the highest scorer when he scored 17 goals for Polissya Zhytomyr during the 1999–2000 Ukrainian First League season.
Polissya Zhytomyr entered the competition. The first legs were played on 6 July, and the second legs were played on 28 July 1990.
Zaya Avdysh () was a Soviet football player and Ukrainian football coach of Assyrian ethnic origin and the president of FC Polissya Zhytomyr in 1999-2004.
Zahidulin is the product of the FC Polissya Zhytomyr and UFK Lviv School Systems. He made his debut for FC Karpaty entering as a second-half substitute against FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk on 28 October 2012 in Ukrainian Premier League.
Roman Butenko (30 March 1980 – 30 November 2012) was an Ukrainian professional football midfielder who played for Metalist in the Ukrainian Premier League. Butenko began his career in Polissya Zhytomyr in the Ukrainian First League. On January 2008, Butenko moved to Metalist Reserves team and was promoted by Myron Markevych to the senior team in the beginning of the 2008-09 season.
After retiring from a playing career Kroshchenko coached several Soviet teams in Ukraine among which were Shakhtar Kadiyivka, Desna Chernihiv, Metalurh Dniprodzerzhynsk, Okean Kerch, and Polissya Zhytomyr. After fall of the Soviet Union initially Kroshchenko coached FC Dynamo-3 Kyiv and FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv and later the Ukraine national under-19 football team taking it to the FIFA U-20 World Cup. Simultaneously, in 2001 he also was appointed the head coach of Ukraine national under-21 football team. In 2003-11 Kroshchenko was a head coach of the Dynamo Kyiv football academy.
After drawing interest from clubs like PSV Eindhoven and VfB Stuttgart, Yussuf signed with FC Dynamo Kyiv in July 2003. On 5 August, he made his debut in the club's reserve team, FC Dynamo-2 Kyiv, against FC Polissya Zhytomyr. Less than two months later, on 21 September, Yussef made his senior team debut against FC Zirka Kirovohrad. A serious knee injury ended his 2003-2004 season. On 16 September 2004, he made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League for FC Dynamo Kyiv in a match against A.S. Roma.
Halchuk began his football career in 2001 with FC Volyn Lutsk in the Ukrainian First League.He also spend time with Lutsk junior team FC Kovel-Volyn Kovel. He had stints with FC Ikva Mlyniv, FC Polissya Zhytomyr, and FC Hazovyk-Skala Stryj. In 2006, he signed with FC Lviv, and helped the club achieve a promotion to the Ukrainian Premier League in 2008. After playing a home match on Saturday, 16 August 2008, against rivals Vorskla Poltava, Lybomyr was named by UA-Football as one of the two best central defenders of the fifth round in the Ukrainian Premier League.
Krulykovskyi started his football career in 1958 as part of a youth league. In 1961, he joined FC Polissya Zhytomyr as part of the Soviet Second League. In 1963, however, he moved on to play for Dynamo Kyiv, but debuted in the 1964 season. His team won the Soviet Cup that year and he was rewarded the best debutante of that year. He was part of the Soviet Top League from 1966 to 1968. During this time, he played 87 matches and kicked two goals. From 1971 to 1973, however, he played for FC Chornomorets Odesa and afterwards for MFC Mykolaiv.
Originally the club was created back in 2005 on initiative of Hennadiy Zabrodsky soon after the dissolution of FC Polissya Zhytomyr. At that time facing a danger of loosing professional football team, Zhytomyr paradoxically witnessed creation of two teams in the place of one. The new club was created in place of the existing amateur FC Arsenal Zhytomyr. The creation of the city club was supported by the city's government as part of local elections, which, however, after the city mayor lost, the club, after playing first half of the season, was dissolved. Some players moved to the regional club OFC Zhytychi Zhytomyr.
Leading Ukrainian linguist Kostiantyn Tyshchenko, who did a comprehensible research on the toponyms and placenames in Ukraine, claims that the Neuri were a Celtic tribe, as witnessed by numerous Celtic placenames (50 Celtic placenames, alone, in western Ukraine) with ending "-chiv", "- chy" or prefix "-treb" from Celtic (found in Cornish) "-chy" house, building and "-tref" village) in Volyn ("Vol(o)hyn", from Volohs (Walhaz) ancient Gothic-Slavic name for Celts). Tyshchenko mentions following Celtic placenames in Volyn (original Neurida, land of Neuri): Bakhiv, Borokhiv, Drukhiv, Radekhiv, Bykhiv, Rakhiv, Serkhiv, Cherniakhiv, Horokhiv, Velykhiv, Terekhiv, Zalukhiv, Darakhiv, Hlukhy. The movement of the Neuri westwards is likewise traceable by the presence of 20 Celtic placenames (as in Malyn from Celtic "mael", prince or Chernihiv, originally Ternihiv, compare Welsh "teyrn", king) in Ukrainian Polissya (Zhytomyr and Chernihiv regions).
FC Dynamo Dnipropetrovsk, FC Dynamo Kharkiv, FC Silmash Kharkiv, Sudnobudivnyk Mykolaiv, FC Lokomotyv Kyiv, FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, FC Zorya Luhansk, Spartak Kharkiv, Kharchovyk Odesa, FC Shakhtar Donetsk, FC Lokomotyv Kharkiv, SKA Kyiv, Spartak Lviv, FC Krystal Kherson, FC Hoverla Uzhhorod, FC Metalist Kharkiv, FC Dynamo Luhansk, Bilshovyk Zaporizhia, Lokomotyv Zaporizhia, FC Avanhard Kramatorsk, FC Shakhtar Stakhanov, FC Mukacheve, Spartak Kyiv, Torpedo Kharkiv, Dynamo Chernivtsi, SKA Lviv, Trudovi Rezervy Luhansk, FC Metalurh Zaporizhia, SKCF Sevastopol, FC Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk, Kolos Poltava, SC Prometei Dniprodzerzhynsk, FC Zirka Kirovohrad, FC Dnipro Cherkasy, SC Tavriya Simferopol, FC Nyva Vinnytsia, FC Veres Rivne, FC Lokomotyv Donetsk, SKA Odesa, Temp Kyiv, FC Polissya Zhytomyr, FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih, FC Chornomorets Odesa, FC Avanhard Ternopil, FC Shakhtar Horlivka, FC Bukovyna Chernivtsi, FC Volyn Lutsk, Naftovyk Drohobych, FC Desna Chernihiv, FC Podillya Khmelnytskyi, FC Sirius Zhovti Vody, FC Illichivets Mariupol, FC Khimik Sieverodonetsk, FC Frunzenets-Liha-99 Sumy, Trubnyk Nikopol, FC Hirnyk Kryvyi Rih, Shakhtar Oleksandriya, FC Karpaty Lviv, FC Kremin Kremenchuk, FC Elektrometalurh-NZF Nikopol.